This volume is a critical practical study of the forest industrial complex composed in analogical narratives of prosaic discourse and poetic themes presented in a gallery tour through the corporate moral forest. Its focus is on the changing of management by objectives policies to management by ethics philosophies and managing moralities. With sociological imagination projecting multi-disciplinary analyses of literary forms and performing arts, Richard Guerrette founded the EquiPax Gallery in Newport, Vermont, where he presents a permanent exhibition with ecological theories and environmental scenes through the multi-media arts of paintings, sculptures and architectural designs. The EquiPax Gallery's permanent exposition traces the ethical consciousness-raising benefits of art in the workplace and the ecomic as well as the aesthetic returns of culturally conceived corporate art collections. Corporate art at EquiPax is authentic and integrative with business mission and company culture. It is a primary symbol of the corporate ethos and the company ethic.
Richard H. Guerrette is a divinity, management, and forestry scholar from Yale University. This book is a result of a career-long study which was presented at the Stockholm School of Economics (Routledge 1994). As a practical innovator, artist, and poet, he founded the EquiPax Gallery and Corporate Retreat Center in Newport, Vermont, attracting an international roster of artists from the United States, Canada, France, Switzerland, Germany, Romania, England, and Nigeria.